2 different Quindio wax palm trees in the scene.
Ceroxylon quindiuense, often called Quindío wax palm, is a palm native to the humid montane forests of the Andes in Colombia and northern Peru. It is the tallest recorded monocot in the world. The trunk is cylindrical, smooth, light colored, covered with wax; leaf scars forming dark rings around the trunk. The leaves are dark green and grayish, with a petiole up to 80 cm. The species is the national tree and emblem of Colombia, where it is found in the coffee growing region of Quindío.
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Quindio wax palm Tree1: 15 m
Quindio wax palm Tree2: 16 m
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